In 2001, the Four Seasons Park in Oelde was the venue for the most successful state horticultural show in North Rhine-Westphalia to date. Today, the Four Seasons Park in southern Münsterland still attracts numerous visitors who continue to be enthralled by the splendour of the flowers and numerous events.
The Four Seasons Park is divided into three themes. The "Floodplain" theme was created by a newly created floodplain lake and the renaturation of the Axtbach stream. The "Park" theme includes the extensively modernised city park and the KLIPP KLAPP children's museum. In the far north of the Four Seasons Park, former allotment gardens and cemeteries form the "Gardens" theme. The theme gardens are connected by the approx. 2.5-kilometre-long promenade path.
The length of the promenade path also makes it clear how large the grounds are. In total, the Four Seasons Park covers 44 hectares. That leaves enough space to offer something for everyone. Children are not only delighted with the "Klipp-Klapp" children's museum, but are also completely in their element on the many playgrounds, the raft ferry or the forest discovery tour.
The forest stage in the Four Seasons Park is a regular venue for attractive concerts and events. These also include cheerful family festivities, whether in spring amidst lush nature, in summer surrounded by jugglers and artists, at World Children's Day in autumn or the wonderful fun on the ice rink in winter.
The Four Seasons Park is open. The usual hygiene and distance regulations for the containment of the Corona pandemic apply.
* Price per person
** Reduced rates with ID: Severely disabled people with a GdB of 80 or more, Federal Voluntary Service (BFD) recipients, ALG I and II recipients, basic benefit recipients, SGB XII recipients
Entrance fees outside the open-air pool season.
* Price per person
** Reduced with ID: Severely disabled people with a GdB of 80 or more, Bundesfreiwilligendienst (BFD) service providers, ALG I and II recipients, recipients of basic social security benefits, SGB XII recipients
Entrance fees in the bathing season, i.e. including the park bath.
On the occasion of World Children's Day, the KLIPP KLAPP Children's Museum once again invites you to a festival around the museum and the Glass Kitchen. Visitors young and old can look forward to exciting play and hands-on activities. The regular admission prices to the Four Seasons Park apply for the World Children's Day Festival. Holders of the Park Card 2021 have free admission.
Es gelten die regulären Eintrittspreise in den Vier-Jahreszeiten-Park.
Inhaber der Park-Karte 2021 haben freien Eintritt.
Sunday open to the public with farmers' market and various gastronomic offers in the city centre
Car mile on Hermann-Johenning-Platz
Children's flea market on Ruggestraße/Bahnhofstraße
The children's flea market sells second-hand toys, books, cassettes/CDs and games from 1pm to 6pm.
In November 2021, all friends of powerful illuminations can look forward to a continuation of the light installations in the Four Seasons Park. After the impressive voyage of discovery to Moraland in 2020, Berlin's Theater Anu will once again stage a fascinating light parcours in Oelde Park from 18 to 28 November 2021, this time under the title `Dem Himmel so nah'. Theatre Anu will take visitors on an installation course of light, sound and sculptures. At ten stations, they will lead their audience through the Four Seasons Park on a sensual-poetic journey to beautiful islands of light. The impressive installations and projections are mostly accompanied by audio collages: Where have we been close to heaven in our lives and how can we perhaps get a little closer to it again? Stories and poems set to music by classical authors such as Ovid, Pythagoras and Rilke, as well as poetic texts by Theater Anu author Stefan Behr, in combination with light, video and sculpture installations, make the light trail a unique and sensual experience. The realisation of the installation is supported by Stadtwerke Ostmünsterland. The light trail will be open daily at dusk from around 4.30 pm. Admission to the park is €6 for adults and €3 for children and young people (7-17 years). Admission is free for holders of the Park Card 2021.
Inhaber der Park-Karte 2021 haben freien Eintritt
On Friday, 17 December, the starting signal for this year's ice fun in Oelde's Four Seasons Park will be given at 3 pm. Young and old ice skating fans can glide through the winter on the ice rink, which is being set up in the park for the 15th time, until Sunday, 9 January 2022. The 500 square metre ice rink above the Volksbank Forum will be open 23 days in total. The ice rink will be closed on Christmas Day. Skate rental is available. Information on opening hours, corona protection measures and other current information about the ice rink can be found on the Internet atwww.vier-jahreszeiten-park.de. The day ticket for the ice rink costs a standard €6. Admission is free for holders of the Park Card 2022.
Inhaber der Park-Karte 2022 haben freien Eintritt